After another terrific performance on Saturday, capped off with a trademark goal, Cameron McGeehan gave us his thoughts.
The Reds extended their unbeaten run to seven games in Sky Bet League One with Saturday's 4-1 drubbing of AFC Wimbledon in the capital.
Midfield maestro Cameron McGeehan bagged his third goal of the campaign, putting the gloss on another impressive display.
He told us post-match that it was an important result.
“Wimbledon is a tough place to go," he said.
"I have struggled there before with Luton and Scunthorpe last season. The crowd are right on top of you and you can hear every word that the spectators say. But we had great away support after a long trip.
"You've got to earn the right to play, and I think we did that eventually. There was only one team in it in the second half and the scoreline reflected that."
After a dominant start to the match and getting ahead thanks to Cauley Woodrow's hooked volley, Wimbledon found their way back into the contest.
McGeehan believes that every side will have their spells in a match, and praised the way his team rallied after a half time pep-talk from Daniel Stendel.
He explained: “We bossed the first 20 minutes but then we took our foot off the gas a bit and they came back into it which you’d expect from the home team. They're always going to have a spell.
"But the gaffer said his thing at half-time, got us going again and we went out with renewed energy, pressed them hard and didn’t give them a sniff really. It’s a great result for us but it’s just three points and we have to keep plugging away.”